Often artists (and their labels) will complain that the shelf life of a full-length body of work is too short, but few actually take the time to work multiple records off of a project before moving on to a new release. Not Rick Ross. Following the album’s last single, Thug Cry, the MMG boss has decided to roll out Supreme as the latest record from his March release, Mastermind. Featuring floss-worthy production from fellow Floridian Scott Storch, as well as guest vocals from 90’s R&B star Keith Sweat, Supreme reads like almost every single Rick Ross single selection to date: braggadocios, brash, cocksure and arrogant. Repeat customers, dig in.
Update: We have added the DRE Films-directed visuals for Rick Ross’ Supreme single.
Written by DJ Z on 08/4/14
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